PHD Mountain Software

Baltoro 1200 Down Sleeping Bag

522.00
Down Quality: 700
Outer Fabric: Drishell
Weight: 2100g (74oz)
Typical Operating Temperature: -41°C (-42°F)
Colour: Royal Blue
Construction: Trapezium cross-baffles on main body. Vertically aligned trapezoid baffles over chest, side V channels.
Baltoro 1200 Down Sleeping Bag
Baltoro 1200 Down Sleeping Bag

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Further Information

"Research and recommendations has indicated that your clothing and sleeping systems are probably the best available"
Ian Couch - Endure Team


A specialist high-performance mountaineering and expedition down sleeping bag. Cut roomy enough for comfort and for stashing important kit overnight with you, these bags are well suited to long periods in remote camps.

The trapezoid baffles provide a lightweight method of achieving excellent down control, aided by vertically oriented chest baffles that prevent any chance of down migration. The Drishell outer is highly water repellent and helps to keep the down dry and lofting. A large 3D shaped collar, side V channels to insulate the side seams, double draft tube behind the zip, and closely boxed foot section form part of a formidable list of technical specifications.



  • Wind and water resistant Drishell outer
  • Side V channels: Down filled channels along each side ensure insulation; and extra outer/inner differential allows full loft
  • Cowl hood: Close fitting with drawcord
  • Footpiece: Ovoid shape to fit naturally to feet & avoid pressure; multibox section covers whole foot area
  • Full length zip (left or right) with double draft tube
  • Collar: Wide 3D collar with drawcord
  • Black inner for quick drying
  • Large mesh storage sac
  • Stuff sac
  • Pack size: 27 x 49cm
  • Set option:
    • Zip location (left or right)

In addition to the standard options you can customize this bag further. Find out how.

Please note: we make our stuff sacs big enough to allow fairly easy stuffing rather than reducing the bag to the tightest minimum. What air is left in the packed item will easily be compressed out of it, if you are squashing it into a small space in your rucksack. Tiny stuff sacs look impressive: but unless you are a sac-wrestling fan, fighting the gear into them day after day can be an unnecessary chore.